The rundown on differences between Glock generations (VIDEO)

Glock’s Charles Sumner raps with Mike Lamb of Stoic Ventures about the evolution of Gaston’s polymer pistol from Gen I through Gen IV MOS, and has the guns to prove it.

Hanging out at the McHenry Shooting Center, Sumner starts his Glock time machine with the early 1980s classic Gen. I and moves forward, comparing the various models inside and out and gives a few tidbits of trivia that you may not know about.

We did sniff that there were no RTF2 (insert Glock fanboy squee here) or Gen 3.5 guns as well as some other transitory variants, but hey, it’s a 4~ minute vid.

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